Siren Song by Rebecca McKinney

Thank you to the author, publisher and Love Books Tours for the digital copy of this book in return for my honest opinion.

Let’s start with the blurb: A man who glimpses other people’s inner worlds, and a woman who can foresee death. Can they trace a missing girl before the worst happens?

Harrison Jones is a university lecturer with a secret: he moonlights as a psychic detective. Amy Bell is a paramedic who has the uncanny knack of knowing things are going to happen before they do. From their first accidental meeting on an Edinburgh bridge, both of their lives are destined to change.

Harrison invites Amy to help him investigate the disappearance of a beautiful young singer. The search will lead them into the murky world of human trafficking, from Edinburgh to the streets of Athens, and into the darkest corners of the human mind…

Here’s my review: What a ride this book was! I loved the spark between Harrison which grew as he mentored her in using her precognitive gift. Both have a past full of hurt and as they embark on their hunt for the missing Lucy, they also have the chance to find a connection with someone who finally understands their abilities.

I enjoyed the way the story started in Edinburgh as a missing person case but is revealed to be part of a much wider web of human trafficking. I wanted to feel bad for Lucy’s mother who hires Harrison to search for her daughter but I couldn’t quite manage it for reasons you may understand if you read the book.

A well executed plot with believable characters, I hope there is more to come from Harrison and Lucy as this has definitely left me wanting more!

Rating: 4 out of 5.